I'm not doing much photography recently. But what I saw on a cold March day was worth sharing.
A genuine '58 or '59 (these are the only options) Edsel Pacer, Ford's not-so-prodigal son, an interesting attempt at design and one of the most spectacular failures in a whole history of automobiles. According to Wikipedia, less than 6,000 survived until today, what makes it a truly desirable collector's item.
And so there was one of them, standing right in front of me, among frostbitten and messy outskirts of Lodz Gotham City. I'm pretty sure that's the only Edsel in Poland and one of very few in Europe.
The quality is crappy, but I'm putting it here nevertheless. For educational purposes